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Rocketfish debuts 4-Port WirelessHD HDMI Kit

Posted in HDMI by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

Rocketfish, Best Buy’s in-house brand, has rolled out their own four-port WirelessHD kit for those who hate wires. The kit consists of a couple of pieces which will work together to send 1080p content from up to four HDMI sources to a single HDMI-equipped display (Not at the same time though).

It supports 3D video, CEC remote functionality and surround sound, along with an auto-sense ability to figure out which HDMI socket is active, changing over automatically. It retails for $299.99.

GefenTV Wireless HDMI extender sends 1080p HD video up to 100 feet away

Posted in HDMI by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2009

GefenTV Wireless HDMI extender sends 1080p HD video up to 100 feet away The GefenTV wireless HDMI extender will send HD video from the player to an HD display up to 100 feet away. The HD video delivered over the air will even deliver 1080/30p quality with Dolby 5.1 surround sound within that 100-foot distance.

It uses Amimon’s 5GHz wireless technology, which is able to deliver clean and lag-free HD video over air. The extender consists of just a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is connected to a video player, whIle the receiver is attached to an HD display.

Flexicord is a coiled HDMI Cable, always the perfect length

Posted in HDMI by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2008

Flexicord is a coiled HDMI Cable, always the perfect lengthSometimes solutions are so simple and elegant, you wonder why no one figured it out until now. That’s the case with the Flexicord HDMI cable featuring a patented Memory Cord Technology. It will debut at CES 2009 and help consumers to always have the right cable length to hook up their gadgets.

Pretty novel idea. And simple too. Sometimes coiled cable can be a problem with too much slack, but the company says that it can bend anywhere along its length and hold the angle indefinitely. It’s like those bendy action figures. You know the ones you pose, that stay in whatever position you leave them in.

New Accell HDMI splitters, switches support 1.3

Posted in HDMI by Nino Marchetti on July 3rd, 2008

Accell UltraAV 1×4 HDMI 1.3 Splitter

Accell is back with us with news of some more HDMI-related products. This time around it is showcasing a line of switches and splitters supporting the HDMI 1.3 specification.

The Accell UltraAV HDMI line up, such as the Accell UltraAV 1×4 HDMI 1.3 Splitter pictured, is now compliant with HDMI 1.3 specification up to 6.75 Gbps. This line of products includes as well the 4×8 HDMI 1.3 Distribution Amplifier, 4×1 HDMI 1.3 Switch, 2×1 HDMI 1.3 Switch and 1×2 HDMI 1.3 Splitter.

Medusa compact HDMI hub

Posted in HDMI by Conner Flynn on March 26th, 2008

Medusa compact HDMI hub
When will HDTV manufacturers include more than a few HDMI ports on the back of sets? I don’t know, but right now there is a real need for HDMI hubs and switchers. Here’s some info on a new compact HMDI hub named Medusa. It actually looks pretty nice, and supposedly it will be reasonably priced.

Some specs: HDMI Spec 1.3, Compliant HDCP Rev 1.2 Spec, Wide Frequency Range : 25MHz – 225MHz, Supports 12-bit deep color up to 1080p, CEC support, HDMI 3 out port. There isn’t very much info aside from that, but they should start showing up in about a month.

Cables to Go ends HDMI cable hook up problems

Posted in Adapters,HDMI,Home Theater by Nino Marchetti on December 27th, 2007

hdmi-rotating-adapter.jpgHow many times have you cursed HDTV manufacturers while trying to install HDMI cables into those hard to reach HDMI ports on the back? Cables to Go thinks it may have an answer to this home theater issue by unveiling a line of rotating HDMI and DVI adapters. These adapters all price at around $13.

The Cables to Go HDMI and DVI 360-Degree Rotating Connectors are designed to enable 360 degree rotation and 90 degree bending so one can more easily connect HDMI and DVI cables to sources. Each one sports a center ball joint design and appropriate connectivity ports in its body shape.

Ethereal HDMI system uses networking cables

Posted in Cables,Ethereal,HDMI by Nino Marchetti on December 19th, 2007

Ethereal HDMI-CAT5DSay you have a home already wired with CAT5E or CAT6 cabling. You also have an HD-capable media server in your basement and a HDMI-enabled television in your bedroom. One possible solution to get HD content to your television from the media server might be the new Ethereal HDMI-CAT5D system, priced at around $536.

The Ethereal HDMI-CAT5D system is classified by its maker as a HDMI accessory, meaning it does not generate a HDMI signal on its own. Instead what it does is send HDMI signals correctly down two unshielded CAT5/SE or CAT6 cables by converting the HDMI cable to CAT5/6, then back into an HDMI cable at the display.

AV Toolbox releases new video scaler

Posted in HDMI,Home Theater by Nino Marchetti on December 12th, 2007

AV Toolbox AVT-3900AV Toolbox has introduced to the market a video scaler designed to take both analog and digital video signals and convert them to 1080p. The new AVT-3900 is priced at $635.

The AV Toolbox AVT-3900, currently being distributed in the UK, has specific video inputs which accept “HDMI, DVI (via DVI to HDMI cable), PC generated RGB (up to WUXGA), HD component (YPbPr/YCbCr, 480i up to 1080p), S-video and composite video.” All of these signals are processed via the AVT-3900′s internal scaling engine and the device outputs 1080p with supports for HDMI version 1.2.

Belkin rolls out new HDMI switch

Posted in Belkin,HDMI by Nino Marchetti on December 3rd, 2007

Belkin HDMI 2-to-1 Video SwitchHaving lots of HDMI-enabled devices can be great but if you only have one HDTV to show them on, switching cables can be a pain. A few companies have developed HDMI switching boxes to help remedy this problem and now Belkin is amongst them with its new HDMI 2-to-1 Video Switch, priced around $55.

The Belkin HDMI 2-to-1 Video Switch accepts signals from two HDMI devices such as HD DVD players and a next generation video game console via its HDMI inputs. It then outputs this signal to a connected display or A/V receiver. It supports all resolutions up through 1080p and is powered by the HDMI cable connection.

Monster speed rates new HDMI cables

Posted in Cables,HDMI,Monster by Nino Marchetti on August 28th, 2007

hdmi1000_glam.jpgMonster Cable believes you should get serious about understanding how the HDMI cables you use impact your HD viewing experience. To that end the cable company unveiled today a new line of “speed-rated” HDMI cables and accompanying education campaign.

The Monster Speed Rated HDMI Cables come in five different speed ratings: ultimate high, ultra high, advanced high, high and standard. These categories will be rated on individual cables sold at retail and will appear as logos on the cable packaging. The speed factor is especially important to note, according to Monster, with cable length and the fact the company plans to offer great performance in its cables regardless of how long they are.